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10. M. Herennius, decurio of Pompeii, about B. C. 63. Shortly before the conspiracy of Catiline, Herennius was killed by lightning from a cloudless sky. This was accounted a prodigy in augural law, and the death of Herennius was reckoned among the portents which announced the danger of Rolme from treason. (Plin. Nat. 2.51.)

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